Category: Rule nisi

Intimidation threats interdicted: Undocumented nationals

City of Cape Town v JB and Others Intimidation threats interdicted by high court on an interim basis after law enforcement officers of the City were threatened when they attempted to obtain personal information to issue...

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Interdicting threatened strike: Examining mutual interest

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Locking out protected: 13th cheque dispute

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Voluntary overtime ban: Unprotected strike

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Irregular balloting procedures: Unprotected strike interdicted

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Anticipating return date: Final order distinguished

The LC refused to grant the trade union’s purported application to anticipate a final order staying a writ of execution against the employer.  Rule 8(10) was considered as well as rule 6(12)(c) of the high court. SA Post Office...

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Profitable cottage industry: Useless disciplinary hearings

National Bioinformatics Network Trust v Jacobson Labour court expressed dismay about the profitable cottage industry that has developed in conducting useless protracted formal workplace hearings that would make any criminal...

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